Brown v. Board: 60 years later
Saturday May 17, 2014 – NOON
AFT NM – 530 Jefferson St NE, Albuquerque
Press Conference and public conversation on the 60th anniversary of the historic Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision that ended racial segregation in public education.
What: Parents, students, educators and community members are hosting a press conference and public conversation to discuss how the historic Supreme Court decision has impacted New Mexico education and what work still remains in order to achieve racial educational justice for all students.
AFTNM – ABQ Jump – Albuquerque Interfaith- American Graduate- Becks Coffee, Las Cruces- Buffalo Creek Realty- Café – Clay Kodesh Arts and Learning- David Coss, Mayor, Santa Fe- Delicias Cafe, Las Cruces- DFA – Democracy for New Mexico- Early Educators United- El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos- El Charrito Mexican Restaurant, Gallup NM- El Comedor Cafe, Las Cruces- Families United for Education (FUE)- First Impression, Inc- Focus Ink, Inc.- Fullbars Cell Phone Repair (Dat Ly, Owner)- Gallup Superintendent’s Office- His Kidz Learning Center (Brenda Villegas, Owner)-Indian Educators Federation-Institute of Community Engagement- Interfaith Worker Justice – NM- JCS & Associates- La Iguana Cafe, Las Cruces- Little Globe- LULAC New Mexico (League of United Latin American Citizens)- Matthew Lee’s Hairstyling- Native American Voter Alliance (NAVA)- NEA-NM- NM Alliance for Retired Americans- NMFL- OLÉ- Pool Tech Plus, Las Cruces- Progressive Action New Mexico- Public Health Association- Random Acts, Las Cruces- Somos Un Pueblo Unido- Southwest Organizing Project (SWOP)- Surface Tile and Carpet LLC- T/R Investments- The Rural Progressive- Voices For Children- Working America- Working Parents Association